Southern New England Wedding Details We’re Loving This Month

Southern New England Wedding Details We’re Loving This Month

📷: @movemountainsco

From gorgeous golden hours to decadent desserts, these are all the southern New England wedding-related details that have us ooh-ing and ah-ing in November 2021.

1. This unbe-leaf-able session.

📷: @eewphotography

2. This epic portrait.

📷: @emilycrencaphotography

3. This snacky moment.

📷: @laurelleafphoto

4. This lovely stairwell descent.

📷: @melcolvinstudios

5. This vintage-inspired gown, that bridal hoop and that handsome pup.

Posted by @michaelmarcoux_events // Photo taken by @stellamiaphotography

6. This pretty welcome signage.

📷: @somethingborrowedeventdecor

7. This deep-V gown and baby’s breath bouquet combo.

📷: @katielovaasphotography

8. This autumnal overlay.

📷: @katielovaasphotography

9. This colorful backdrop.

📷: @melcolvinstudios

10. This badass ring.

📷: @weddingsbydia

11. This seaside sweetness.

📷: @lisafrechettephoto

13. This glowing moment.

📷: @smithbrad

14. This genuine reaction.

📷: @colimichaelphotography

15. This lovely off the shoulder.

📷: @movemountainsco

16. This au naturel table setting.

Posted by @refinedrentalsllc // Photo taken by @scottzphotography

17. These subtle something blues.

📷: @kearies

18. This classic getaway car.

📷: @kearies

19. This punny escort board.

Photo taken by @eventsbykawinthi // Photo taken by @kpietrowski

20. This gorgeous Sri Lankan tradition.

Photo taken by @eventsbykawinthi // Photo taken by @fergiemphoto

21. This iconic capture.

📷: @smithbrad

22. This seasonal smooch.

📷: @saradrewphoto

23. This confetti-filled celebration.


24. This cool portrait.

📷: @paulrobertberman

25. This breathtaking bouquet.

Posted by @flowersbysemia // Photo taken by @katiekarlbergphoto

26. And finally, this decadent dessert.

Posted by @blackstoneri // Photo taken by @jennifer.manville

Want to be included in our next Things We Love This Month roundup? Use the hashtag #engagedsne or tag @engagedsne on Instagram!


  1. Hi there – thanks for the feature! This was a pleasant surprise!

  2. I detest the fad of scraping the frosting off so much that the cake shows beneath (semi-naked)! The only reason I eat cake is tor the frosting. Most wedding cakes are as dry as bones so the frosting is the saving grace. I think this was started by bakeries which wanted to save money on their butter cream. I went to a shower once and said that the cake was lovely to look at (woodland theme) but there wasn’t enough frosting to save it.

  3. Thanks so much for the feature! Love all these details XO

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